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A brilliant day of cricket here at Beckenham. Sadly Surrey didn't manage to get over the line, falling two wickets short and the game ending in a draw.
A brilliant day for Surrey sees them end Day Two 156 runs ahead of Kent, after the hosts were bowled out for 294. Sam Curran, Gareth Batty & Rikki Clarke all ...
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The 1932 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers football team represented Western Kentucky State College in the 1932 college football season. They were coached by Ernest R. Miller and won the SIAA championship.
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